It's been a long time, about 1,500 SKU numbers worth of it, since we last received a "Unigena" from Ser Jacopo, though they have occasionally cropped up in estate form (a whopping fifteen of them, over the course of more than a decade). The stamp itself indicates a briar considered to have a unique nature, a just-right combination of shaping and grain. (Admittedly, this strikes me as a bit odd, since "unigena" is apparently Latin for "sibling".) In this case, it's worn by a sinuously flow, forward-stretching design that's a mix of Calabash and bent Dublin, and which is covered in a cascading, canting ring grain.
- Eric N. Squires